INSECURITY From the Sahel region, sophisticated herdsmen with AK47s have infiltrated the traditional herdsmen who carry sticks and machete to guide their cattle along the grazing routes within Nigeria. Fulani from Mauritania and Fulani from the Central African Republic are the same. The governors are advised to gather intelligence using the old system. Native authorities… Continue reading Nigeria committed to confronting instability
Following the removal of President Buhari’s tweet where he referred to the Nigerian civil war which lasted for 30 months killing over a million. He warned those supporting the breakdown of law and order while destroying critical federal government infrastructures that they will be treated in the language that they understand. Twitter is also been… Continue reading Reasons for Twitter ban in Nigeria
South Africa as a whole now meets the requirements for a second wave, according to the South African COVID-19 Modeling Consortium (SACMC) assessment. Today, 6,710 new cases have been registered, reflecting an 18 per cent positive test rate. A second wave is a new wave lasting one or more days, commencing after the “end of… Continue reading South Africa enters a second wave of Covid-19 infections..